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    Default controller mp3 wav internal reader

    I have a question challenge help whatever u call it.

    I love contollers and don't want to use turntables or cdj's but love the option tu use the scratch of lp or cds on traktor scratch or serato vdj....
    Is it possible to have a controller with a built-in mp3/wav or other format to use the scratch file encoded on a usb stick tu use my controller to scratch.I personally think cds/lp sounds better than controllers so I wish there's a option or someone can build one.


    Hope thus is not a strange question.
    Any comments is welcome

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    I think you need to read yourself the Traktor/Serato manual, mate...
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    Can u explain why?

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    Because you are asking if the software can do something that it is SOLD TO DO.
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    I don't now about you but I never came across a controller tighter than native instruments controllers.if I use timecode vinyl/cd it wil work as tight.so if my controller can read via internal a time code file to controle traktor it wil be as tight as good as timecode vinyl/cd

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    No, when it comes to platter control, you either use time code or the controller.

    Using a controller to playback a time code file to control software is unnecessary and redundant.

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